AccessibilityForAbleds

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The Emergency Response Benefit was announced today. This means most Canadian citizens will receive a $2,000 benefit per month for the next four months during this pandemic. Amazing! We are incredibly privileged to have this in Canada. I’m sure that this will calm many stresses that people have been rightfully expressing around their finances in…

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Woman with baby strapped to her walking beside a woman in a wheelchair on a public street, beside people sitting on a bench and a tennis court. Woman with baby strapped to her walking beside a woman in a wheelchair on a public street, beside people sitting on a bench and a tennis court.

Accessibility doesn’t have to be radical. It doesn’t have to be a far reach. It can be the norm.  We all have big things on our minds right now. These are uncertain times. Things continue to get more serious by the day. It feels weird to talk about anything other than the coronavirus pandemic right…

Read More What new accessibility measures could mean for the disabled population.

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I started a hashtag on twitter yesterday. There were many of us sharing stories. I was talking about how it feels as a disabled person to see so many accommodations being made to the public in response to coronavirus, when a lot of those same accommodations “could not” be made in the past despite the…

Read More What is #AccessibilityForAbleds and why does it matter?